A commission created by Congress is calling for states, with federal support, to revamp their school funding systems and teacher pipelines to direct more resources to the most at-risk students.

The Obama administration gives some details on its push to expand full-day kindergarten, bolster home-visiting services, and work with states to offer universal pre-K.

The U.S. Department of Education is examining the implications of a tutoring scandal in Florida, uncovered by the Tampa Bay Times, involving Title I funds.

President Barack Obama seeks to expand preschool to all 4-year-olds from moderate- and low-income families, and launch a Race to the Top-style contest for high schools.

Early-childhood education and college access may be among the themes to come up in tonight's State of the Union Address, along with immigration and gun control.

The new Netflix series "House of Cards" features a ruthless congressman as he spearheads the renewal of a fantasy Elementary and Secondary Education Act.

The U.S. Department of Education removes part of Hawaii's Race to the Top grant from high-risk status.

Advocates are pushing Congress to head off a series of automatic, across-the-board trigger cuts set to hit just about every federal agency on March 1.

How states will be held accountable for their No Child Left Behind waiver is one of the key questions going forward.

Lawmakers on the Senate education committee questioned whether the U.S. Department of Education's waivers are working for states and students in lieu of a still-stalled NCLB reauthorization.

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